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Georgia Residential Land Information
Searching for residential land and property for sale in Georgia? Georgia is among the five U.S. states with the most residential land and property for sale by overall acreage. There was roughly 341,290 acres of residential land and property for sale in Georgia based on recent Land And Farm data, making it the most common type of land for sale in the Peach State. With an average price of $318,402, the combined market value of residential land and property for sale in Georgia was $11 billion. Browse all residential property and land for sale in Georgia to find residential land and properties that suit your lifestyle needs, from existing residential homes and estates to land ready for future residential-property development. Georgia covers a diverse landscape that rolls from the Appalachian Mountains in its northwest corner to the barrier islands and beaches along its Atlantic coastline. The state is home to over 100 wildlife management areas that offer over one million acres of hunting lands, where hunters can bag deer, duck, quail, and more. Fishing is also popular in the state, with 4,000 miles of trout streams and some 12,000 miles of other streams packed with bass, catfish, bluegill, and bream.


Georgia Residential Land Information
Searching for residential land and property for sale in Georgia? Georgia is among the five U.S. states with the most residential land and property for sale by overall acreage. There was roughly 341,290 acres of residential land and property for sale in Georgia based on recent Land And Farm data, making it the most common type of land for sale in the Peach State. With an average price of $318,402, the combined market value of residential land and property for sale in Georgia was $11 billion. Browse all residential property and land for sale in Georgia to find residential land and properties that suit your lifestyle needs, from existing residential homes and estates to land ready for future residential-property development. Georgia covers a diverse landscape that rolls from the Appalachian Mountains in its northwest corner to the barrier islands and beaches along its Atlantic coastline. The state is home to over 100 wildlife management areas that offer over one million acres of hunting lands, where hunters can bag deer, duck, quail, and more. Fishing is also popular in the state, with 4,000 miles of trout streams and some 12,000 miles of other streams packed with bass, catfish, bluegill, and bream.